Live Twitter Chat with 'Pan Am' Star Karine Vanasse, Sunday, November 13

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November 9th, 2011

via press release:

 

LIVE TWITTER CHAT WITH “Pan Am” STAR KARINE VANASSE, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13

 

Fans of ABC’s popular drama series “Pan Am” will be able to submit questions and receive real-time responses from Karine Vanasse, who plays Colette. She will be up on Twitter at @karinevanasse during the East Coast broadcast of the show on SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, from 10:01-11:00 p.m., ET. She will also offer commentary on the exciting action taking place, as well as behind-the-scenes anecdotes.

 

On Sunday’s episode, “Unscheduled Departure,” as the crew flies to Caracas, a dashing, wealthy passenger, Miguel (Latin superstar Aaron Diaz), charms the stewardesses with invitations to his yacht. Meanwhile another passenger, Henry Belson, suffers a heart attack, but there is no doctor on board to help out. The only hope of saving his life is to land in nearby Haiti to seek medical help. However, Haiti is a hotbed of local political unrest, reeling from tropical storms which downed trees and affected power — including the lights on the damaged runway. Colette and Ted team up to make the dangerous trek for medical help.

 

For more information on “Pan Am,” please visit ABC.com/PanAm.

 

Passion, adventure and espionage… They experienced it all – and they experienced it at 30,000 feet. The style of the 1960s, the energy and excitement of the Jet Age and a drama full of sexy entanglements deliciously mesh in, “Pan Am.” Welcome to the Jet Age. It’s 1963. The world is poised on the brink of a cultural revolution, and everywhere change is in the air. In this modern world, air travel represents the height of luxury, and Pan Am is the biggest name in the business. The planes are sleek and glamorous, the pilots are rock stars, and the stewardesses are the most desirable women in the world. Not only are these flyboys and girls young and good looking, but to represent Pan Am they also have to be educated, cultured and refined. They’re trained to handle everything from in-air emergencies to unwanted advances – all without rumpling their pristine uniforms or mussing their hair. These pre-feminist women form a powerful sisterhood, as they enjoy the rare opportunity to travel outside the country -- something most women in this age can only aspire to – and one of the few career options that offers them empowerment and respect.

 

“Pan Am” stars Christina Ricci as Maggie, Margot Robbie as Laura, Michael Mosley as Ted, Mike Vogel as Dean, Karine Vanasse as Colette, and Kelli Garner as Kate.

 

Series creator Jack Orman, Thomas Schlamme, Nancy Hult Ganis and Steven Maeda are executive producers. “Pan Am” is produced by Jack Orman Productions, Out of the Blue Entertainment and Shoe Money Productions in association with Sony Pictures Television.

 
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